City of Ithaca Public Meetings
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
Ithaca City Hall
108 East Green Street

Planning & Development Board
Ithaca Landmarks Preservation Commission

On Tuesday, January 26, meetings of the City of Ithaca Planning & Development Board and the Ithaca Landmarks Preservation Commission (ILPC) will address several important proposals, including the Old Library Site, Chapter House, and more.
UPDATE 01/26: The State Street Triangle project has been removed from the 1/26 Planning & Development Board agenda.
These meetings offer the opportunity to learn more about proposed developments and voice your opinion about the projects that matter to you. Please click the agenda links to review the listing of projects for each meeting.

Please note that there are multiple meetings taking place that evening:

5:30 – 6:00pm  Ithaca Landmarks Preservation Commission Meeting 

Public Hearing, 400-404 Stewart Avenue (Chapter House)
Meeting location: Common Council Chambers 
Click here to view the ILPC agenda

6:00pm   Special Joint Meeting of the ILPC and the Planning & Development Board
Review of the DeWitt House, 310-314 North Cayuga Street (Old Tompkins County Library Site).
NOTE: The regular meetings of each will continue immediately following this meeting. The Planning & Development Board will remain in Common Council Chambers and the ILPC will move to the Second Floor Conference Room.

6:45pm   Planning & Development Board regular meeting

01-26-16 Regular Meeting – Revised

Opportunity for public comments during Privilege of the Floor (3-minute maximum per person). If you have comments about a project with a scheduled public hearing on that night’s agenda you are encouraged to speak at that time.

6:45pm   ILPC regular meeting
ILPC agenda 

If you are unable to attend these meetings but would like to comment, send your comments in advance to:
Comments regarding Planning & Development Board proposals, please address Lisa Nicholas, Senior Planner
Comments regarding ILPC proposals, please address Bryan McCracken, Historic Preservation Planner
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